I went with the same Saucony Triumph iso2’s and a cheaper model – the Saucony Cohesion. Was thinking about orthodic inserts to add specific cushion to the outside forefoot, but these shoes when new combined with cushion socks should be ok. Problem is, I wear out training shoes in about 7-9 months… and I use them exclusively on the track, Hopefully by alternating shoes, I’ll minimize wear.Important to note: sprinters are not like other runners and are very susceptible to supination.
Just ran the fastest indoor 400m in the world in 8 years in the M55 age group – 55.22, my 3rd USATF Masters Championship. William
Hi William. Thank you for the information you gave regarding Saucony Triumph ISO 2 and Cohesion. The Triumph ISO is arguably the most popular neutral-cushioned maximalist shoe of Saucony (and there’s a reason for that). This shoe has EVERUN topsole that supplies increased energy return and lasting cushioning, ISOFIT upper that adapts to the shape and motion of your foot, and TRI-FLEX outsole that offers optimal flexibility. In our view, Triumph ISO has better support for supination than Cohesion.
We’re glad to hear of your great achievement by running in your 3rd USATF Masters Championship. Awesome!
I returned the Saucony Cohesions, I’m sticking with the Triumph iso 2s, Much more cushion. William
Thanks for the update and for sharing your experience with these shoes, William. It’s nice to know that Saucony Triumph ISO 2 works well for a sprinter like you.